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droll

Pronunciation: /drəʊl/

Translation of droll in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (comic) gracioso, con chispa oh yes, terribly droll [ironic] sí, muy chistoso or gracioso [irónico]
    Example sentences
    • If you're looking for a nice enough, quirky and droll adventure film that you won't remember on Monday, then here's your movie.
    • The running commentary is informative and amusingly droll.
    • They're droll, yet morbid, featuring amusing little colorful happy people behaving with perfect presence of mind as their 747 ditches into the Atlantic.
    1.2 (quaint, curious) curioso a droll little fellow un hombrecillo estrafalario

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